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July 19, 2016

Siempelkamp will supply particleboard plant to the Polish furniture manufacturer Forte

Siempelkamp will supply particleboard plant to the Polish furniture manufacturer Forte

Fabryki Mebli “Forte” S.A., one of the largest European furniture manufacturers, is expanding its product portfolio in the area of self-assembly furniture. The required wood-based material panels will be produced on a Siempelkamp press.

For that purpose at the end of May, Forte signed a contract for a new particleboard plant designed in by the Krefeld plant manufacturer.


Caption: On-site visit at Forte (from left to right): Jochen Dauter (Sales Siempelkamp), Stefan Wissing (Managing Director Siempelkamp Maschinen- und Anlagenbau), Dariusz Bilwin (Proxy (standing)), Maciej Formanowicz (Chairman Forte), Klaus Dieter Dahlem (Board Member Forte).

The order for a forming and press line including a ContiRoll® press as well as the entire finishing line was placed in May 2016. The scope of supply also consists of a particle dryer and an energy plant by Büttner. This Siempelkamp subsidiary will supply the complete system including installation and startup. The order is complemented by the automation technology and other additional components.

Forte produces ready-to-assemble furniture at four Polish locations: Ostrów Mazowiecka, Suwałki, Białystok, and Hajnówka. The new Siempelkamp plant will be installed at the new factory in the northeastern town of Suwalki to ensure the supply for the Forte furniture plants.

“To keep up with the constant technological change, we rely on the knowledge of the best specialists both nationally and internationally. Because of its technological expertise, Siempelkamp is an ideal partner for us,” says Maciej Formanowicz, Chairman of Forte.

Board member Klaus Dieter Dahlem adds, “With this new production location we pursue ambitious objectives. We look forward to achieving these objectives together with the Siempelkamp team over the next two years.”

The startup of the new plant is scheduled for 2018.



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